your Paris trip

Your Paris trip has great learning components. It has a 10 hours exposure to French language and multiple visits to France’s heritage which is a part of its rich culture.

Find below the various elements that make your stay in Paris unforgetable.

your French classes

Qualite FLE

Monday to Friday of the first week, you will have a 2 hours class in a French Government recognised language school in Paris.

Beginners French classes or another specified level if all the group members have a similar certified DELF level.

At the end, you will receive an attestation from the languge school.

your visits


eiffel tower paris

La tour Eiffel

Board an elevator to zip straight to the second floor. Get fantastic views of Paris and plenty of photo ops as you look around. After the tour of the second floor, you are free to stay as long as you want.

  • Skip-the-line access to the Second Floor of the Eiffel Tower
  • Stay to explore the second floor as long as you like
  • Experience spectacular views of Paris and wonderful photo ops

Walk around the second floor of France’s most famous monument, which includes panoramic maps of Paris and a 1/50 scale model of the tower’s original planned architecture.

On your way down, be sure to stop at the first level and walk on the glass floor some 200 dizzying feet above the ground!

Additional Info

Not wheelchair accessible

Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre

From the steps of Sacre Coeur Basilica, you can view all of Paris below.


Discover the charms of one of Paris’ most popular neighborhoods on a walking tour of Montmartre, a district known for its artists and historically bohemian vibe. Start at the Moulin Rouge and see where artists like Van Gogh, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Pissarro lived and worked. See sights like the Basilica du Sacré-Coeur, and get insights about the art, music, food, and history of Montmartre.

  • Explore the Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre on a walking tour
  • Hear stories about what makes this district stand out from the rest of Paris
  • See the Moulin Rouge and Basilica du Sacré-Coeur
  • Exploring on foot allows you to get a better feel for the atmosphere of the neighborhood


Montmartre is houe to the iconic Moulin Rouge, home of the scintillating Can-Can, where Toulouse-Lautrec sat nightly and drew some of the most famous pictures of Paris nightlife. You begin to ascend through the winding streets and soon arrive at the Cafe des 2 Moulins, the famous cafe featured in the popular French comedy, Amelie. As you continue up you will walk on the streets where Van Gogh, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pissarro and other artists lived and worked. Soon you are walking along the Rue Abbesses where you will learn of it’s history dating back to ancient times. Your journey continues past world famous artwork, cabarets, Paris’ only vineyard and the last two remaining windmills/moulins in Paris. Your tour concludes at the highest natural point in Paris, at the summit of Montmartre where the steps of the Sacre-Coeur host millions of visitors each year for the breathtaking views of Paris below. You will soon understand why locals and visitors alike agree that Montmartre is the most charming area in all of Paris.

Place du Tertre

Additional Info

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

Le musee du Louvre


Visit the Louvre in comfort and style with this priority pass. You’ll get access to the museum’s entire collection as well as the option to book an audio guide.

  • Skip the long lines and head straight into the Louvre
  • Optional audio guides are available.

Additional Info

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • There is a compulsory cloakroom for large bags, baby strollers, and umbrellas.
  • Items exceeding 55x35x20 cm are not permitted in the museum
  • Most travelers can participate

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

Claude Monet’s House

Get out of Paris for a trip to the countryside on this tour to Giverny, the location of Claude Monet’s House and Gardens.


Travel by bus to the Monet property, where you have free time to wander around the house and grounds independently. An audio guide, available in several languages, is included, which you receive before departure.

  • Self-guided tour to Claude Monet’s House and Gardens in Giverny
  • Enjoy free time at the property to explore on your own
  • Listen to recorded commentary by audio headphones for information about Monet and his life here
  • See his water lily pond and Japanese bridge
  • Entrance fees included

When you arrive, you have independent time to explore Monet’s studio, home, and vibrant gardens. Monet lived here with his family for more than 40 years, working on some of his Impressionist masterpieces. Inside, you can see his kitchen, sitting room, reading room, dining room, and bedroom, plus admire his collection of Japanese prints, which provided him inspiration.

Outside, stroll around rows and rows of flowers—from roses to nasturtium to blooms from East Asia—and visit the water lily pond and Japanese bridge, surrounded by weeping willows. This is a scene you probably recognize from some of his paintings. Throughout your self-guided tour, listen to the audio guide for commentary about Monet’s work and life.

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

La Vallee Village

This open-air mall near Disneyland Paris has become a popular shopping destination for visitors and locals alike, with more than 110 boutiques offering last season’s collections at discounts of at least 33 percent off the recommended retail prices. Shop for mens’ and womens’ clothing, accessories, sportswear and more, including brand names like Armani, Jimmy Choo, Diane Von Furstenburg and Tommy Hilfiger.


Indulge your inner shopaholic with a day trip from Paris to La Vallée Village, in an open-air setting. With more than 110 luxury and lifestyle boutiques to choose from (including fashion icons like Boss, The Kooples and Paul Smith) and savings on last season’s collections up to 60% off retail prices, it’s a shopper’s paradise.. Independent shopping trip to La Vallée Village from Paris Shop at leisure around the chic French shopping destination Browse last seasons’ collections at more than 110. French and international boutiques including Boss and Paul Smith. Save up to 60% off the recommended retail price on branded clothing, sportswear, accessories, cosmetics and more. Independent shopping trip to La Vallée Village from Paris

  • Shop at leisure around the chic French shopping destination
  • Browse last seasons’ collections at more than 115 international boutiques including Jimmy Choo and Diane von Furstenburg
  • Save 33 percent or more off the recommended retail price on branded clothing, sportswear, accessories, cosmetics and more
  • Upgrade to make use of exciting extra benefits including a 50 euro gift card, lunch and VIP card for further savings

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

Glide through Paris

Settle aboard and just focus on the sights—such as the Eiffel Tower—on this no-frills, audio-guided cruise.


Enjoy a leisurely trip down the Seine on this Bateaux Parisiens river cruise. Glide past Paris’ world-famous monuments including Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower and historic bridges like the Pont Neuf. Listen to audio commentary along the way to learn more about passing attractions. Cruise during the day, or choose an evening departure time to float through the enchanting city at night. Either way, it’s a fantastic introduction to the highlights of Paris.

  • Seine River sightseeing cruise in Paris
  • Cruise down the Seine river on a Bateaux Parisiens boat and see all the sights along its UNESCO-listed riverbanks
  • See top Paris attractions like Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre
  • Glide under classic bridges, such as Pont Neuf, and listen to audio commentary about their history

What to expect

Explore the City of Lights with a quintessential Seine River Cruise in Paris! Choose from a variety of daily departure times to suit your sightseeing schedule, and then check in for your cruise near the Eiffel Tower. Hop aboard a popular Bateaux Parisiens riverboat, and soak up the passing sights of iconic attractions like Notre Dame, the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay.

Glide beneath beautiful historic bridges, including the famous Pont Neuf. Even the riverbanks of the Seine are a sight to behold and have been collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along the way, a prerecorded audio guide provides commentary on the history and legends of Paris.

Meet over 200 celebrities in a breathtaking setting! Ever wanted to come face to face with Louis XIV of France, Mozart or Jean Reno? Are you a fan of Kendji Girac? Enchanted by Ryan Gosling or fascinated by Katy Perry? Meet all these and more during a visit full of surprises and with extraordinary themed decor! Already here or coming soon to the Grévin: Maître Gims, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Catherine Frot and Alexandra Lamy.

The Musée Grevin, an unmissable spot in Paris, offers you the chance to pose with over 200 celebrities both historic and current. Enjoy a fantastic experience with family or friends and share photos of your unforgettable and unique visit.

Les Galeries Lafayettes

For 120 years, Galeries Lafayette has been making the best of creation available to all, from the most accessible goods to the height of luxury, with stores where shopping is also an event. Fashion and beauty, the heart of this historic department store, are showcased through both the most prestigious and the most secret brands, the most exclusive and the most popular, the oldest and the newest. Come and enjoy a unique experience thanks to the made-to-measure offers of this classic French ‘Grand Magasin’.

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Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Frequently described as ‘the world’s most beautiful avenue’, the Avenue des Champs-Élysées is a Paris must-see. Tourists and Parisians can be spotted strolling at any time of day or night and at any time of year along this iconic two-kilometre stretch between the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe. It is lined with restaurants, luxury boutiques (Louis Vuitton, Mont-Blanc, Guerlain, Ferrari etc.), flagship stores (Abercrombie, Sephora etc.) and nightclubs.

It is also the setting each year for major events such as the Bastille Day military parade, the arrival of the Tour de France and the Christmas lights. Finally, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées has some of the top museums in Paris: the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais, the Palais de la Découverte and the Espace Culturel Louis Vuitton.

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

A walk on the Ile Saint-Louis and the Ile de la Cité

Île de la Cité, Île Saint-Louis … islands in Paris are special places not to miss.

Two islands in the heart of Paris are particularly appealing to tourists: the Île Saint-Louis and the Île de la Cité have some of the finest monuments in Paris, and their quaysides are wonderful places to stroll and enjoy a picnic.

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

The unassuming Île Saint-Louis retained its tranquility and elegance, whilst on the Île de la Cité a palace and a cathedral were built. Today, visitors flock to see landmark sites including the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris, Sainte-Chapelle … and discover with surprise and delight the elegance and refinement of hôtels particuliers on the adjacent Île Saint-Louis. Linked by a bridge, these two islands on the Seine are inseparable. The walk starts at the metro station Sully-Morland (line 7).

Pavillon de l’Arsenal

From Sully-Morland, before crossing the Seine, walkers can visit the Pavillon de l’Arsenal – an information, documentation and exhibition centre for urban planning and architecture in Paris and the Paris Metropolis. A great place to see excellent exhibitions for free and learn about the development of the capital as well as important future projects! Pavillon de l’Arsenal – 21 boulevard Morland, Paris 4th

Square Barye

The Île Saint-Louis begins at a little triangular public garden, the Square Barye. The monument that greets visitors at street level is a tribute to the artist Antoine-Louis Barye, whose sculptures are housed in the Louvre and in many museums around the world. From the garden, a flight of steps leads down to the Seine – the only way of accessing the river, which splits here into two branches embracing the two islands. Square Barye – 2 boulevard Henri-IV, Paris 4th

The first hôtel particulier lining the Seine on the island is the Hôtel Lambert, built in 1642 and recognizable by its elegant rotunda, and with a walled garden. Although not open to visitors, the building’s facade allows one to imagine the famous Hercules Gallery, the work of Charles Le Brun, and the many painted panels that decorate it. The Hôtel was frequented by the greatest figures of the 18th and 19th centuries: Rousseau, Voltaire, then Chopin, Delacroix, Balzac, Liszt, Berlioz, and others. Hôtel Lambert – 2 rue Saint-Louis en l’Île, Paris 4th

Église Saint-Louis-en-l’Île

The Rue Saint-Louis en l’Île cuts across the Île Saint-Louis and is lined with many hôtels particuliers, restaurants and shops. This main street is right at the heart of the island and is especially popular with ice cream lovers who flock to the world-renowned ice cream maker Berthillon. Visible from both ends of the street, the openwork belltower of the Eglise Saint-Louis en l’Île gives the island a village-like atmosphere. Église Saint-Louis-en-l’Île – 19 rue Saint-Louis-en-l’Île, Paris 4th

Pont Saint Louis

This is the only bridge linking the two islands and is reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. A walk across the Pont Saint-Louis offers a breathtaking view of the chevet of Notre-Dame de Paris and the Hôtel de Ville (City Hall) on the other side of the Seine. Street artists often perform here, much to the delight of passers-by who pause to enjoy the entertainment. Pont Saint Louis – Quai d’Orléans – Quai aux Fleurs, Paris 4th

Gothic masterpiece dating back 850 years, Notre-Dame de Paris is a major landmark in the capital. The cathedral’s two 69-metre-high towers dominate the Île de la Cité, and sculpted chimeras and gargoyles visible from the square make up an extraordinary bestiary. Since the tragic fire of April 2019, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris has been undergoing restoration work and is not – for the moment – able to welcome the public. However, it remains a landmark site for Parisians and tourists from all over the world. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris et son trésor – 6 parvis Notre-Dame – Place Jean-Paul II, Paris 4th

Marché aux fleurs et marché aux oiseaux

Housed in charming cast-iron pavilions by the Seine, the flower market on the Île de la Cité has been open since 1808. A stroll around the stalls filled with seasonal flowers, orchids, plants, and other exotic vegetation is a delightful experience. On Sunday, the flower market is replaced by a bird market, and the pavilions are filled with the song and chirping of canaries, parakeets, and other feathered species. Marché aux fleurs et marché aux oiseaux – Place Louis Lépine – Quai de la Corse, Paris 4th

This is one of the prettiest squares in Paris. Tucked away between building at the western end of the island, Place Dauphine is a tranquil spot despite being at the heart of the city. Although redesigned several times, it has kept its typical 1600s architecture: ground floor arcade shops and stone and brick facades. This charming square has attracted the attention of film directors around the world and often features in films. It is also popular with pétanque players, who play in the shade of the trees. Place Dauphine, Paris 1st

Pont Neuf

Contrary to its name, the Pont Neuf (in English,‘New Bridge’) is actually the oldest bridge in Paris! The first stone was laid in 1578, in the presence of Catherine de’ Medici. It was the first bridge in Paris not to have any shops or houses built on it, and to have pavements! Dominating the middle of the Pont Neuf is an equestrian statue of (and commissioned by) king Henri IV looking towards the Place Dauphine. Pont Neuf – Quai de la Mégisserie – Quai des Grands Augustins, Paris 1st

Square du Vert-Galant

Below the Pont Neuf, at the western tip of the Île de la Cité, this small public garden provides a lovely panoramic view of the two banks of the Seine and landmarks including the Louvre Museum, the Passerelle des Arts footbridge, and the dome of the Institut de France. Also visible from here are the famous ‘mascarons’ that adorn the Pont Neuf: more than 380 or grotesque faces sculpted in stone. Square du Vert-Galant – Place du Pont Neuf, Paris 1st

Please note: This tour requires lots of walking; please dress appropriately and for all weather.

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your accommodation

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your itinerary

Day 1, Sunday: Arrival in Paris. Transfer to the accommodation.


Day 2, Monday: French classes + Eiffel Tower


Day 3, Tuesday: French classes + Ile de la Cite & Cruise on the Seine


Day 4, Wednesday: French classes + Sacre-Coeur Basilica and Place du Tertre


Day 5, Thursday: French classes + Grevin wax museum and Galeries Lafayette


Day 6, Friday: French classes + Louvre Museum


Day 7, Saturday: Full day excursion at Vallee Village


Day 8, Sunday: Champs Elysees to Place de la Concorde, to the garden of Tuilleries and Rue de Rivoli


Day 9, Monday: Full day excursion to Giverny, Claude Monet’s house


Day 10, Tuesday: Farewell and transfer to the International Airport.
Time to say… ‘Merci, au revoir et à bientôt!



Pre-departure assistance with the visa application.
Visa fees.

Personal medical and travel insurance.

International youth hostel

Shared accommodation

All breakfasts from day 2.

All lunches in France

Transfers to and from the Paris airport.
Public transportation throughout the tour –metro, public buses… in Paris

Entrance fees to all activities and sites detailed inthe itinerary.


International transport.

Any transport in India

All dinners.

An adult group wants to make its own choices. E&B does not want to hamper the liberated spirit of a woman. After the day’s schedule, you may choose a restaurant which will enable you to enhance your Paris experience.

  1. Vaccinations and other medical needs.
  2. Extra activities not included in theitinerary.
  3. Internet and telephone expenses.
  4. Pocket money and personal expenses.
  5. Water bottles during the trip.
  6. Snacks and drinks other than the onesoffered during the lunches and dinners.
  7. Tips and gratuities for guides